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Big Muddy 4.2

Cover Photos:

Rice/Englert Family Archives
Kenneth with Rice’s Delivery Truck, 1941
Rice’s Plant, 1959

Cover Design:

Jarret Green

Big Muddy 4.2

Editor

Dr. Susan Swartwout

Assistant Editor

Jarret Green
Mandy Henley

Publishing Interns

Donna Farley
Nikole Behlmann

Editorial Assistants

Ben Foster
Kristine Hehner
Beth Lewis

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Contents

Nonfiction

Scott M. Fisher, Iowa
Down the River

Philip C. Kolin, Mississippi
In the Chips: An Interview with Rice’s Potato Chips’ President Hilary Englert

Stephen J. Lyons, Illinois
Mississippi River’s Garbage Man

Fiction

Brian David Cinadr, California
always a river song

Joan Conner, Ohio
The Three Minute Love Story

Cedelas Hall, Mississippi
Red Dresses

K. Kenyon, New York
Heart Mountain

Jason Makansi, Missouri
Little Egypt

Tim Nicolai, Missouri
When We Defeat the Norwegians

Andrew Schultz, New York
Love Shack

Photography/Artwork

Heather Baskin, Missouri
River Barge
Covered Bridge
Reflections at Bollinger

Carol Wheeler, Texas
Three Pelicans
Three Parrots

Gerald Wheeler, Texas
Legacy

Poetry

Eric Austin, Minnesota
Awash in the Water

Lisa Beatman,Massachusetts
over easy
Mulberries
not about trees

Beth Bishop, Tennessee
Bayou Orientation

Jason Lee Brown, Illinois
Old Man

John Grey, Rhode Island
Sara and the Flood

J.T. Ledbetter, California
Southern Illinois Suite

Alana Merritt Mahaffey, Arkansas
Hollowing

Clay Matthews, Missouri
Swan Song Dive
Wedding Song
Before the Flood, ’93

John McBride, Iowa
Is Grant Wood’s Iowa True?

Gwen Monohan, Virginia
Eye Levels
Meanders

Laurence Snydal, California
Isolationism
Ice Breaking

Virgil Suarez, Florida
Church of the American Open Road

Reviews

Heather Cooke reviews:
Gaus, P.L. Cast a Blue Shadow: An Ohio Amish Mystery. Ohio University Press, 2003. Paper, 225 pp., $12.95. Fiction.

Heather Baskin reviews:
Hunt, Laird. Indiana, Indiana. Coffee House Press, 2003. Hardback, 204 pp. $20. Fiction

Nikki Trokey reviews:
Kalu, Anthonia C. Broken Lives and Other Stories. Ohio University Press, 2003. Paper, 183 pp. $19.95. Short Fiction.

Jeremy Bleckler reviews:
Auster, Paul. The Book of Illusions. Picador, 2002. Paper, 336 pp. $14. Fiction.

Nikolai J. Watts reviews:
Delahunt, Meaghan. In the Casa Azul. Picador Press, 2001. Paper, 306 pp. $14. Fiction.

Dustin Michael reviews:
Spatz, Gregory. Wonderful Tricks. Mid-List Press, 2002. Paper, 246 pp. $15. Short Fiction.

Shawn McLain reviews:
Harsch, Rick. The Sleep of the Aborigines. Steerforth Press, 2002. Paper, 170 pp. $14. Fiction.

Gary Mize reviews:
Kîs, Danilo. Garden, Ashes. Harcourt, 1975. Paper, 170 pp. $12.95. Fiction.

Susie Scanlan reviews:
Williams, C.K. Repair. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2000. Paper, 80 pp. $12. Poetry

Mandy Henley reviews:
Comer, Carrie St. George. The Unrequited. Sarabande Books, 2003. Paper, 104 pp. $12.95. Poetry.

Lynn Watson reviews:
Dickson, Foster. Kindling Not Yet Split. Court Street Press, 2001. Paper, 64 pp. $6. Poetry.

Heather Baskin reviews:
Collins, Billy. Poetry 180: A Turning Back to Poetry. Random House, 2003. Paper, 323 pp. $13.95. Poetry.